Lubumbashi

 

Education and Health

There are four recognised international schools in Lubumbashi.

Two are French speaking and two English speaking The Academy for English Education of Lubumbashi (AFEEL) and The English-speaking School of Lubumbashi (TESOL).

There are numerous Congolese schools many run by Churches as well as State run schools.  The city has one of the 3 state universities of D.R.Congo Lubumbashi University.

There are various other independently run Universities in the city. Clinics known for their high standard of care are the CMC, Dr Delgado’s clinic and the Don Bosco Hospital.

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Social projects in the area

Kimbilio: Kimbilio Progress 2013 http://t.co/N4kvIWgXuo
4:54 PM Jun 09, 2013
Kimbilio: Please help Kimbilio continue to build, grow and help more of Congo's street children. Check out the £10 challenge! http://t.co/BzkbITfCka
7:36 PM Jun 08, 2013
Kimbilio: Kimbilio opens day centre for street girl's this week in Lubumbashi.
2:04 PM Jun 07, 2013
MSF in DRC: RT @MSF_USA: The crisis in eastern #Congo ruthlessly persists. http://t.co/L7HWQxmqru A revolving cast of militias fight the armed forces a…
8:57 AM Jun 05, 2013
MSF in DRC: Medical care in line of fire in Democratic Republic of Congo! Medical facilities must be safe, neutral spaces #DRC http://t.co/8oh5e1RAaZ
12:10 PM May 29, 2013
MSF in DRC: RT @ICRC: We remind all parties to the conflict in #DRC that international #humanitarian law protects civilians and must be respected at al…
12:08 PM May 29, 2013
MSF in DRC: Fighting this weekend between #FARDC and #MaiMai in Shamwana #Katanga leaves several dead. MSF team at hospital treats two wounded #DRCongo
2:31 PM May 27, 2013
MSF in DRC: RT @MSF_france: En #RDC, l’équipe #MSF évalue l’évolution des mouvements de population et se tient prête à intervenir http://t.co/bH9qUa914i
12:12 PM May 23, 2013

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